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Mar 4, 2012 ... Boiling crab is pretty easy. Cracking it open and eating it is the hard part. With
crab you have to boil it alive and I recommend you boil it for 20 ...
Game plan: Fresh live crab should be purchased and cooked the same day—the
crabs can only be stored in the refrigerator for a few hours once taken out of ...
Dec 4, 2012 ... The day after Thanksgiving, Matt and I drove out to Half Moon Bay to get in on the
season's first crabs, buying them directly from the fishermen.
Cooking blue crab is quick and easy! See how we prepare the live Atlantic Blue
Crabs we catch here on Cape Cod.
It's essential to keep crab cool and damp until you are ready to cook them. ... If
handling live crabs proves to be a problem when removing the back, the crab can
Since crab can be expensive if you're eating in a restaurant, try cooking crab at
home. If you're pressed for ... Remember that live crabs may pinch. Use caution ...
Apr 3, 2012 ... They sell live crabs for around $5 /lb. which is twice the ol' ... It's important that the
broth back come up to a boil between each crab dunk.
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... Some people like to clean crab first, which is fine, then go to cooking crab ...
Jan 18, 2013 ... We boil crabs and lobsters alive because it tastes better, and also ... to a live
chicken or pig, which are dead well before the cooking process ...
Keep the crabs chilled. Crabs can be steamed alive or frozen (the latter are
usually crab legs). However, if possible, live crabs taste better after steaming.